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Our foundation arranges organizes various kinds of women and child Welfare and other activities or Programmes on Socio – economic issues like Women empowerment.
One Village At A Time
Covid-19 has reached rural India, snuffing out lives. Already impoverished and deprived of basic amenities, the villages are living a nightmare. As bloated bodies float in the rivers, there’s fear of disease outbreaks among the village folk. 13 states in India report that new cases in rural areas have outnumbered those in urban areas.
With no oxygen cylinders, doctors, testing facilities, and medical supplies, the villagers have surrendered without a fight. They think they stand no chance before the virus that has left the cities gasping for breath. While the urbanites take to Twitter to seek help, villagers don’t even have this option. Even if they rush to the districts, undertaking a long, arduous journey, it’s already too late to save the patient’s life.
If we do not act quickly, mortality in rural areas can exceed that in the cities.
One Village At A Time is an initiative to curb the spread of the deadly virus in the villages. We set up our first Covid relief center in Khanpur, Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, equipped with oxygen concentrators, oximeters, wheelchairs, medical supplies, and other Covid 19 essentials. We have armed all the villagers with masks, soaps, and sanitizers to fight the virus. The volunteers managing the center have been trained by health care professionals in Delhi. We are also arranging regular video consultations with doctors in Delhi and Mumbai to ensure the villagers give the virus a good fight.
With your support, we want to set up similar relief centers in the villages in and around Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh.
Let’s stand by our simple village folk when they need us the most. Our future lies in their well-being
We take pride in being responsive, making a difference at a critical point in peoples’ lives. We have been doing this since 1944, working with veterans of every conflict, and we envisage continuing doing so for the ‘long haul’ – supporting all future generations of our soldiers and their dependants.